Driftless Spirits: Ghosts of Southwest Wisconsin

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Prairie Oak Press, 1996 - Social Science - 184 pages
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This is a superb collection of ghost tales from the hills of Wisconsin's driftless region, the southwest area untouched by the last of the glaciers. The region has a rich legacy of folktales, passed down from generation to generation, that are sure to entertain.

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User Review  - Angela Hughes - Goodreads

This book is a fun read, the stories downright chilling. It made me want to go out looking ghosts at the old haunts that still exist today. At dusk...when the light is waning. Boo! Read full review

Contents

Mineral Points Haunted Hotels
8
The Pecatonica Fisherman
14
Helenas Rowdy Ghosts
25
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About the author (1996)

Dennis Boyer is a folklorist and storyteller whose travels in Wisconsin have taken him to many taverns. He is also the author of Prairie Whistles: Tales of Midwest Railroading, Driftless Spirits, Giants in the Land, and Northern Frights.

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